Whole foods generally remain close to their state in nature. They do not have added sugar, starch or flavouring. For instance, baked potato instead of potato chips, and chicken breast instead of nuggets. Since whole foods are not manipulated to be addictive like many foods containing added sugar, we need to develop good habits to healthy eating! Eating whole foods is a good way to get plenty of nutrients, antioxidants, and fibre.
If Monday is a no meat day, how about we include whole foods in our diet for most of the week, and leave Sunday to be a cheat day? Let's try to cut down on processed meat and eat more whole food together!
Choosing mostly whole foods will result in a nutritious diet that is naturally higher in fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
Meat - Grass fed and grain fed Ribeye from Australia, New Zealand, Argentina, USDA and Japan. Chestnut, Duroc and Iberico pork from Spain and St Louis, Canadian Nagano, Kurobuta from USA.
Poultry - Organically farmed Lacto Chicken breast, leg, thigh, wings, etc
Seafood - Salmon, hamachi collar, atlantic cod, lemon sole, orange roughy, prawns, etc.
Grains – Wheat, wholegrain rice, quinoa, rolled oats, faro and barley.
Beans and legumes – lentils, kidney beans, lima beans, split peas, chick peas, etc.
Nuts and seeds – (Choose Notter!!!) almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts, sunflower seeds, linseeds, pumpkin seeds.
Fruits and vegetables – Choose frozen broccolli, spinach leaves, brussels sprouts and freshly harvested pesticide free vegetables from Bountiful, acai sorbet, etc. Canned fruits and fruit drinks not included.
Wine - Zero sugar added PURE wines from Italy.